Join Me For This Call; Ask The Organizer

I sincerely hope this post finds you and your loved ones well. 

Everyone is struggling right now; worried about the future and trying to find emotional stability in this global pandemic.

We all have to do our part and so this is my way of trying to support you the best way I can.

I am hosting, Ask The Organizer, a FREE Call, where you can call in and ask me anything you’d like about de-cluttering, organizing, clean living and self-care.  The line will stay open as long as it needs to.

I suggest you make a list of all the pressing things on your mind and I’ll do my very best to help you out, shed some light on “things” and get you ready to springboard into action!

Here’s the info:

When:  Thursday, March 19, 2020 (First Day of Spring)
Time:     7:00 PM ET
Where:  Tel-Call

Phone:  1-605-562-0400
Pin Code:  954 5600

I look forward to our call.  Until then, be safe, wash your hands often and stay mindful.   

PS:  I’ve been de-cluttering my home and getting “things” in order.  I am noticing how it is having a positive impact on my emotions.  I’ll share this with you on the call.  xo

Imagine If We Could Just Love And Care More

Sometimes when we’re feeling stuck or frustrated, the best thing we can do for ourselves is to focus on self-love and self-care.

This is not always easy for many people, especially if they have been living with physical clutter.  Clutter that hangs around too long tends to condition the way we think and feel about ourselves.

Limiting beliefs of “I’m not good enough or worthy of” can surface, which can sabotage our focus and deprive us of the very thing we need the most – love and care.

That’s where the power of mindfulness can help release these blocks and move you forward in a more positive way. This is just some of the criteria I cover in my Mindful Tools for Organized Living program.

Mindfulness Program All In One

I show you how to dig into where these limiting beliefs came from and how to rewrite them, and how to show up in life with your new story that embraces your authentic self.

We all need love and care, but more importantly, we need to give it to ourselves. Mindful Tools for Organized Living will show you how to do that and in the process unclutter your life – plain and simple.

I hope you’ll give it a try.



And Just Like That … I Changed

I just woke up one day and decided I didn’t want to feel like that anymore, or ever again. 

So I changed.

This is what it’s like for people who just can’t take the madness and chaos of clutter.  Be it physical or mental – clutter is clutter.The heaviness of clutter is painful. Dragging around all that “stuff” day after day and the crazy mental chatter that swirls around – it’s exhausting.

It takes courage to change, but it’s possible.

And I make it a hell of a lot easier with my Mindful Tools For Organized Living program.

Patricia Diesel is the creator of Mindful Tools For Organized Living.

A coaching program that rapidly speeds up your results to overcome clutter and keep you organized for good.

She is one of the most sought after organizing experts and clutter coaches in today’s modern world.

If you are willing to learn and open to being guided, then you will be successful with this program.  Each tool is designed to empower you to be deliberate and confident as you move through the process. It is possible to change and be organized.

End the heartache today and say “Yes” to clutter-free living!

Start by clicking HERE!

The Inside Scoop On How To Be Organized


I have some inside scoop for you!

Would you like to know why some people have little or no clutter at all and are more organized?

There’s something they do that sets them apart from people who struggle with clutter and disorganization.

I can sum it up like this:


They are deliberate about what they own, buy and choose to keep.

They know what brings them joy and happiness based on utility and purpose.

So what about you?  Can you say the same or are you struggling?

If you have it under control, good for you!  But if you’re struggling, ask yourself:

Why am I buying this and why do I own it?Do I still need to keep this or would some one else use it?

In my upcoming class, 7 Habits of Organized People, I’ll help you get crystal clear on how to reduce your clutter and get super organized.

You can get all the class details of the 7 Habits Of Organized People by clicking HERE!

See ya in class soon!

It takes courage to crawl

It takes courage to crawl when you feel like you can’t move and everything is a struggle.

But remember, that one little movement, that tiny little crawl, can springboard change.

If you’re buried beneath the clutter, exhausted by the mental chaos, don’t underestimate the power you have inside of you! You’re stronger than you think.

Start with something just enough to get the wheels in motion – it doesn’t matter how small it is.

For now crawling is courage – remember that.  It’s okay.  Things will change with movement.

If you need support, you can check out my step-by-step program that can help ease the transition into clutter-free living.

Or if you’d like to schedule a complimentary call with me, you can simply CLICK HERE!


Let’s Lift Each Other Up

Think about how you can change a person’s energy just by doing the following:

Compliment them.
Magnify their strengths, not their weaknesses.

Amazing things happen when a person feels confident and believed in.

Especially when undergoing a deep de-cluttering of life.

De-cluttering is a process and there will be times of doubt and struggle. By default, this is the time most people forget how strong they really are.

But we must remember what we are capable of. This is done by recalling all our successes and accomplishments and reliving the feeling.

Soon you’ll realize that de-cluttering is just another strength you will be able to demonstrate.

Then give back and lift another by magnifying their strengths.

I’m Teaching A New Class On How To Tame Your Stress

Did you know that an estimated 75 to 90 percent of all doctor visits are for stress-related issues and ailments? (American Psychological Association)

And did you also know that most clutter cases are usually stress-related as well?

In today’s society we are triggered by many things that leave us feeling stressed out.  The problem is, If we don’t learn how to deal with the stress it will eventually build up and manifest itself in unhealthy ways.

Stress does affect our body, mind and living environment.

I’m going to be teaching a class on how to tame the stress and calm the clutter.  If you’re interested, you can check it out by clicking on the link below.

With all my classes, I have limited amount of seating available, so be sure to register early to avoid being wait-listed.

See ya in class soon!


Is Clutter Really In The Eyes Of The Beholder?

As a clutter coach who specializes in hoarding, I take heed for good reason when I hear the statement, “clutter is in the eyes of the beholder.”

The above statement references that for some there’s a level of comfort they find with their messiness and what one may consider messy another may not.

Now, if we are talking about households that periodically get out of order, or people who are not so organized but their disorder doesn’t interfere with the quality of their life, then yes, the statement carries weight.  Different people are comfortable with different degrees of  clutter.

How one chooses to live their life is their business, one may say, and although I would tend to agree, I would also have to argue that this is true up until a point as it pertains to clutter.  I say this because excessive clutter does interfere with the quality of one’s life and loved ones.

Clutter can be dangerous and a hazard for tripping and falling.  Mold and toxins grow beneath and on the clutter and are released into the air that cause breathing and health problems. And clutter can prevent a person from utilizing their home in the way it is supposed to be intended, i.e., cooking in the kitchen, sleeping in the bed, bathing in the bathroom.

Now there’s a reason why people have extreme clutter and that goes into whether or not they are hoarding their stuff or there are other reasons behind it.  But studies do show that hoarding affects up to 6 percent of the population or 19 million Americans.

To see if any red flags are raised for you, ask yourself questions like these:

  • Do you buy many of the same things over time, because you can’t find what you already have?
  • Does your stuff prevent you from having people over?
  • Are you late paying bills because you can’t find your bills?
  • Does someone complain about your stuff? Does it cause family fights?
  • Are you able to utilize your rooms they way they are designed to be used for cooking, sleeping, bathing?
  • Are there narrow “goat trails” in your house to walk through between tall mounds of stuff?
  • Are you experiencing financial hardship due to excessive shopping?
  • Has your hobby of collecting turned into an obsession of acquiring?

People often tell me that after they de-clutter (which can include their space, desk, office, home, etc.) it comes back. What I tell them is that “it” isn’t the problem – your habits are. So if your clutter is returning you need to figure out what you’re doing that’s causing the clutter to begin with.

If you’re questioning whether or not your “clutter is in the eyes of the beholder” or something more, I would like to invite you to a conference call on Monday, July 22, 2019 at 7:30 pm et.  It’s absolutely FREE and will be a very relaxed discussion where you can ask me anything you’d like.

All you have to do is simply click on the link below to register.


I look forward to the call.  Talk to you soon!








Journey Into Clean Living

It’s not uncommon for people to think of  “clean living” as a healthy or morally acceptable way to live life.

But in today’s modern world, the term clean living is associated with how a person takes care of their body, mind and living space.  At least, that’s what I teach my students.

Self-care is a reflection of all of these things.  Being mindful of what you ingest into your body, the words you say to yourself, and the environment you inhabit, is how you begin to live a clean life.

In my latest book, Open Yourself to a Vibrant Healthy Life Through Clean Living I give you examples and exercises on living holistically. If you haven’t picked up your copy, you can do so HERE.

And if you’re interested, I’ll be teaching a new course, “Journey Into Clean Living” at The Lodge At Woodloch this summer.  Plus, you’ll also find me in their kitchen sharing some of my refreshing, smoothie recipes.  You can get all the details HERE.

Of course, if you have any questions or are interested in learning more about how to live a clean life for your body, mind and living space – simply reach out to me. I’d love to help you.


Are You Clutter Blind?

Are You Clutter Blind?

Did you know that clutter can cause you not to see? 

Let me explain.

When you live with clutter for a long period of time, you literally become so accustomed to seeing an untidy collection of objects that you no longer “see” it.

An energetic film grows over your stuff that conditions you not to see it.

Building up an immunity to clutter is not a good thing. I repeat, it is not a good thing.

So here’s what I want you to do.

I want you to view your clutter through the eyes of a visitor.

Imagine someone coming to your home for the first time.  Now imagine them walking around and looking at all your “hot spots.”

You’ll be surprised how spaces and areas of clutter come into view that you have passed many times.

Then I want you to snap some photos of your clutter.  This is a powerful way to “see” your space with fresh eyes.

Keep looking at the photos over and over.  By doing so, this will help bring the clutter into your consciousness so you can begin to “see” it again.

With this new “sight” you’ll be able to recognize that de-cluttering your environment is necessary for your well-being and take action.

If you need help, book a FREE call with me by clicking HERE!